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Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

High Temperatures Linked to Changes in Loggerhead Turtle Nesting

  Loggerhead turtles are particularly susceptible to climate change as the risk of nest flooding increases and the health of hatchlings declines. Florida holds the world’s largest nesting population of loggerheads, yet little is known about the species’ activity in nearby Cuba. A recent article published in Chelonian Conservation and Biology suggests changing climate may

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

Researcher Studies Cuba’s Coastal Forests in Anticipation of Tourism Increase

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — With the 1960 trade embargo on Cuba expected to be weakened if not lifted – President Barack Obama called for the embargo’s end at his final State of the Union address – the large Caribbean island is preparing for an influx of American tourists. There’s little doubt that a surge of U.S.